Ric Flair: The All-Time Great by Calvin Barry

Ric Flair: The All-Time Great

byCalvin Barry

Kobo ebook | June 4, 2013

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After dropping out of battling school 3 times, and being a mid-carder his first couple years, Richard Fleihr struck gold as being the 2nd coming of the "Nature Boy". He called himself after Buddy Rogers, and obtained his Figure Four Leg Lock, and passed to terrific success in the NWA for the next two years. After succeeding many World titles, feuding with the best wrestlers the NWA had to provide, and leading the Horsemen, he got into a disagreement with NWA/WCW management, and visited the WWF, and showed to the world he had what it took to make it at the company, which at the time stood alone at the top of the wrestling world. After making his way back to WCW in 1993, he started to fight with Hulk Hogan, who had recently came over from the WWF, and Randy Savage, as well as old opponents like Sting. After a dispute over a day off in early 1998, the Nature Boy began sitting it out while he waited for the choice on a suit filed against him by WCW. After the issue was resolved, Flair made a victorious return to wrestling September 14th, 1998 in Greenville, South Caronlina in one of the most emotional nights in battling history. The Four Horsemen were reformed, and Flair started a fight with Bischoff, which saw him lose to Bischoff at Starrcade, however gain the presidency of WCW the next night on Nitro. After becoming head of state, Flair followed Hogan, and took him on at Superbrawl, however was screwed over after being turned on by his own son David. Style shugged the incident off, and instantly signed a rematch with Hogan in a first blod cage match, with barbwire lining the top of the cage at Uncensored. An included terms was if Flair gained, he would get the title, and he would also be WCW president for life. After turning heel a bit the week before in a match against Goldberg, Style was even more heelish, and gained the WCW title for the 14th time, and then became WCW Head of state for life. Flair then started working on an alliance with Kevin Nash and Lex Luger behind Hogan's back. Flair lost the title against DDP in a 4 corners match, and went total heel later. He broke up the Horsemen, began a feud with the previous younger members of Dean Malenko and Chris Benoit, as well as feuds with Buff Bagwell and Perry Saturn. He began siding with Roddy Piper, and brought him into his committee, and was confronted by Sting on Nitro for control of WCW

Title:Ric Flair: The All-Time GreatFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:June 4, 2013Publisher:P MaldonadoLanguage:English

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